Monday, December 22, 2014

This week in the Neighborhood - December 21 - 28

Home Decorating Contest in Emerald Hills
                                      Dec. 21 -23
sponsored by the Emerald Hills Neighborhood Council.
Make sure your lights, decorations and inflatables are visible.
The judges will be viewing homes Dec. 21-23, 2014.
No entry forms needed. 
Winners & Prizes will be notified soon after.

Have you noticed the progress on Walgreens Project on Euclid Ave. & Guymon Street, just north of Market and Church's Chicken? It's expected to open in March 2015.
More info: See the Jacobs Center Winter 2014 newsletter:
http://www.icontact-archive.com/_gn-7d3y5_G59vc_qWzSCIgM0MkcVauv?w=2
Keep an eye out for a hiring event sometime soon.


Encanto Rec -6508 Wunderlin Ave. San Diego, CA 92114 (619) 527-3411 http://www.sandiego.gov/park-and-recreation/centers/recctr/encanto.shtml
Winter Program:  (Closed Dec. 25 and Jan1)
http://www.sandiego.gov/park-and-recreation/pdf/programguide/encanto.pdfCheerleading registration open until Jan. 16.


MLK Rec - 6401 Skyline Drive San Diego, CA 92114 (619) 527-3415http://www.sandiego.gov/park-and-recreation/centers/recctr/mlking.shtmlWinter Program Program Guide (Closed Dec. 25 and Jan1)


Encanto Boys & Girls Club -6785 Imperial Ave. San Diego, CA 92114  619.263.6407http://www.sdyouth.org/Encanto.aspx  (Closed Dec. 25-Jan 4)

San Diego Public Library -  Info: 619-236-5800  http://sandiegolibrary.orgWed., Dec. 25 - 11:30am-6pm
All are closed on Dec. 25, 2014 , Jan.1 and Jan. 19, 2015
Our local Valencia Park/ Malcolm X library is one of only 8 libraries open Dec. 26-31!
Regularly scheduled hours, except on Dec. 31 - 11:30am-6pm

https://www.facebook.com/pages/SDPL-Valencia-ParkMalcolm-X-Branch-Library-Performing-Arts-Center/107205732659990


Traditional Schools- Return on Monday, January 5, 2015
Year- Round Schools - Return on Tuesday, January 20, 2015



Mark your Calendars:
MLK Day Family Event at MLK Rec, Jan. 10, 12-4pm
6401 Skyline Drive San Diego, CA 92114 (619) 527-3415
FREE community Celebration and Sports Fest
Kids Zone, Music, Comedians, Dance Troupes, Cheer Squads, Vendor Booths and Food. Vendors & Performers needed:
czamudio@sandiego.gov
Basketball Clinic, Contest & Games throughout the day.
Volunteers Needed: joann.fields.gmail.com

Mayor's Annual State of the City - Wed. Jan 14, 6-7pm
Balboa Theatre, 868 Fourth Ave, downtown
RSVP:Mayor's Annual State of City Address R.S.V.P.
 http://www.sandiego.gov/mayor/sotc/#

30th Annual YMCA Breakfast - Fri. Jan. 16, 6.a.m
Town & Country Resort, 500 Hotel Circle N., Mission Valley
Join in to pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the Human Dignity Award Breakfast.
Info: http://www.jackierobinson.ymca.org/events/mlk-breakfast.html
Online registration - $40 and up for tickets.  http://www.jackierobinson.ymca.org/mlk


San Diego Restaurant Week
California Restaurant Association San Diego County
Jan 18 - 24, 2015

Encanto Neighborhoods Community Planning Group- City Council District 4
Meets on the 3rd Monday, 6:30pm at the Jacobs Center, 404 Euclid Ave in the Chollas View Room
EAS#449A

 Elementary of Science- 608 51st St, San Diego, 92114   619-263-2302
Spring Registration open now - for Feb. 2 - May 16, 2015 spring  semester
http://www.eisca.org/  $100 for first child, other family members 10% discount. Ages 7-13




Tuesday, December 2, 2014

This Week in the Neighborhood - CivicSD and Walgreens Way to Well Health Tour FREE screenings


Walgreens "Way to Well Health Tour" with National Urban League - hits Jacobs Center lot 310 Euclid Ave on Saturday, Dec. 6th at 11am.  http://whatsnewinthevillage.com/2014/12/02/walgreens-way-to-well-health-tour/

http://waytowelltour.com/
For other locations and dates in San Diego County.

No appt. necessary. First come First served. 
619-527-6161


Thanks to Jacobs Center and whatsnewinthevillage.com for sharing this info!
 

Civic San Diego Community Benefits Consensus Project


Building a collaborate network of stakeholders to inform the development of Civic San Diego’s Community Benefits Goals
Thursday, December 11, 2014Joe & Vi Jacobs Center | Celebration Hall404 Euclid Street | San Diego, CA  92114
This convening will feature the panel discussion “Creating Complete Communities” and our first consensus-building exercise.
5:30pm – Registration and Networking
6pm to 8pm – Program and Discussion
Register Online

On December 11, Civic San Diego will hold a second convening to launch an innovative project to create a broad-based collaborative network of stakeholders to inform the development of our Community Benefits goals.    Our objectives are ambitious and essential -  to cultivate diverse civic participation, to engage in consequential dialogue, to explore theory and practical strategies, and to act on opportunities to build consensus that reflects our shared values.  
This convening will feature the panel discussion "Creating Complete Communities" and our first consensus-building exercise.  
We invite you to join us!



The Urban Land Institute San Diego-Tijuana District Council (ULI) is leading expert discussions of an integrated approach to planning and creating stronger, healthier, more satisfying communities for San Diegans of all ages, abilities, ethnicities and income levels.
The “Complete Community,” as described by ULI, is one that incorporates elements that contribute to the quality and character of the places where people live, work, move and thrive.   Elements that serve to create complete communities are most often beneficial to multiple neighborhoods.  Even so, it follows that some elements are uniquely suited to the conditions, needs and goals of specific neighborhoods; and that certain elements are key to economic growth in underinvested neighborhoods. 
Civic San Diego’s view is that completing neighborhoods will require the collaborative participation of multiple stakeholders (residents, property owners, planners, developers, engineers, environmentalists, business and philanthropic interests, social service providers, policymakers, government agencies, and others) to provide both professional expertise and community context; and to leverage the interconnectivity of a host of local solutions. 
The extent to which Civic San Diego’s community benefit goals can, or should be an element of a "complete community" strategy, is an important area of deeper inquiry.   Please join us on December 11 for a great program and discussion!
Have questions about CivicSD Community Benefits Consensus Project? Contact Civic San Diego

http://www.civicsd.com/

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Saturday, November 29, 2014

Taste of Four Corners - Dec. 5 Imperial & Euclid ave.


Taste of Four Corners Event

Southwest corner of Imperial & Euclid Avenues
Friday, December 5, 2014, 5:00PM until 7:00PM

 Gourmet Food Trucks, Local Vendors, Live Entertainment, Meet your Neighbors.
 (Originally called "a Celebration of Life"?) Thanks, Barry Pollard, 
Urban Collaborative Project
LOCATION
Southwest corner of Imperial & Euclid Avenues 
DATE AND TIME
Friday, December 5, 2014, 5:00PM until 7:00PM
#taste4corners